Jimmy and the Crawler by Raymond E. Feist
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Picking up with Jimmy and hunting down the mysterious Crawler soon after the events of The Tear of God, the core of the team is back in is moving on to a fresh city to set up more of a spy network.
Like the other novels with Jimmy, it's fun but somewhat predictable. Indeed, the predictable bits are what makes this fun.
Let's see the ex-thief get into trouble, shall we? Let's see him fight or sneak his way out of it. Let's have him fight assassins, demons, mages, and all kinds of nastiness. :)
Fun? Yes, fun. Not epic, but Jimmy's stories aren't really supposed to be.
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